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Feb 19, 2013 4:30pm PST
sharply. a first for google: a print over $800 per share. today's 1.8% gain takes google over $800 a share to an all-time high. the stock is up 14% already this year. four of the five most actively traded exchange traded products were higher. the s&p 500 volatility note fell 4.3%, moving in the opposite direction of the broader market as it usually does. and that's tonight's "market focus >> susie: wall street's outsized paydays are getting smaller. average bonuses paid to wall street's bankers, traders and support staff in 2012 are down by more than a third, according to a survey from e-financial careers. the drop comes as financial services firms shift their focus to performance. >> the emphasis on risk and controlling risk and compensating people based on the risk they take is spreading further and further into the culture of wall street. >> reporter: also cutting into bonuses are more clawback clauses in employment contracts. those allow companies to go after bonuses if certain goals aren't met or violated. the use of ose clback measures jumped from 7% to 13% in 2012. the use of these
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